Adams, Ansel Easton,
Collection size: 73 items (on partial microfilm reel).
Collection Summary: Correspondence between Ansel and his wife Virginia Adams and Imogen Cunningham. Most are letters from Cunningham. They write about their work and about both artistic and technical problems of photography, about various proposals for a monograph on Cunningham, about Nathan Lyons and Karl Struss, and about personal matters. In one letter, Mrs. Adams offers Cunningham detailed advice on the disposition of her works and papers after her death.
Biographical/Historical Note: Photographer; Carmel, Calif.; d. Apr. 1984.
Photogcopies donated 1978 by Ansel Adams and microfilmed on reel 1410. Photocopies then discarded.
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- Microfilm reel 1410 available for use at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
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